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ILLINOIS CENTRAL.

ILLINOIS CENTRAL.

ILLINOIS CENTRAL. Mr. Stuyvesant Fish, president of the Illinois Central Railroad, admits that Mr. J. T. Harahan will be a candidate for the presidency of the line at to-morrow's meeting of directors. As Mr. Harahan casts a deciding vote in Mr. Fish's
November 6, 1906 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ILLINOIS NOTE&

ILLINOIS NOTE&

increased tenfold. The experience of Illinois women during the first six months of their partial enfranchisement has shown the same zeal for knowledge, but with this difference, as the enfranchisement of Illinois women is not complete, the ordinary works
February 1, 1914 - International Woman Suffrage News - London, London, England
 
THE STATE OF ILLINOIS.

THE STATE OF ILLINOIS.

THE STATE OF ILLINOIS. Far Advanced in Agriculture. Mr James Taylor, the agricultural delegate on the Weekly News Expedition, writes as follows from Rockford, Illinois As far as I have yet seen of America I have found the State of Illinois, and more especiall
August 29, 1893 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EMIGRATION TO THE ILLINOIS.

EMIGRATION TO THE ILLINOIS.

EMIGRATION TO THE ILLINOIS. TO TIlE EDITORS OF THE LEEDS MERCURY. GENTLE.ErE ?? you think these lines contain interest e sufficiently general t, occupy a place in your widely circulatedl and vnue. ble paper, your corresponrrdenst witl be obliged. In a
February 14, 1835 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ILLINOIS CENTRAL.

ILLINOIS CENTRAL.

ILLINOIS CENTRAL. The control of the Illinois Central by the Union Pacific system, through the triumph of the Harriman faction, still appears to continue a fruitful topic of discussion in railroad and brokerage circles in both New York and Chicago. It
November 29, 1906 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE RACIAL FEUD IN ILLINOIS

THE RACIAL FEUD IN ILLINOIS

THE RACIAL FEUD IN ILLINOIS ARMED MINERS AND THE NEGROES. Illinois, Wednesday. Last night an armed band in Knoxviile Mining Camp, near Jellico, drove out the negroes, and served notices that the negroes within a radius of 30 miles were leave Five members
August 20, 1908 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ILLINOIS RACE RIOTS.

ILLINOIS RACE RIOTS.

ILLINOIS RACE RIOTS. KNOXVILLE (Illinois), Wedueeday. Last night an armed band in the mining sump near Jo!boo drove out the negroes and served notices that negro** within a radius of thirty miles were to leave. The Sheriff arrested sassubsrsed the band
August 20, 1908 - Daily Telegraph & Courier (London) - London, London, England
 
MASTODONS FOUND IN ILLINOIS.

MASTODONS FOUND IN ILLINOIS.

MASTODONS FOUND IN ILLINOIS. despatch from Mendota, Illinois, otates that soma labourers excavating for ice-pond the property of Mr. George Lindsey, the Tillage of Paw, Paw, Lee County, Illinois, have uncovered the entire skeleton of mammoth. The excavation
October 29, 1880 - Glasgow Evening Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE STATE OP ILLINOIS.

THE STATE OP ILLINOIS.

THE STATE OP ILLINOIS. George M. Higginson, who says he Las lived thirty-six years iu Chicago, and has engaged in great variety of businesses, sends letter to the Timet on the prosperity Illinois, and its chief city, Chicago. The area Illinois is that of
July 4, 1879 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
MASTODONS FOUND IN ILLINOIS.

MASTODONS FOUND IN ILLINOIS.

MASTODONS FOUND ILLINOIS. despatch from Mendota, Illinois, states that some labourers, excavating for ice-pond on the property of Mr. George Lindsey, in the village of Paw Paw, Lee County, Illinois, have uncovered the entire skeleton of mammoth. The
October 28, 1880 - Globe - London, London, England